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United States

Altidore back at home for January camp

USMNT
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 By Kevin Palmer

Brad Guzan is hoping to cement his place as the U.S.'s No. 1 goalkeeper

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop weigh in on Jozy Altidore's move to Toronto FC.
Due to Tim Howard's decision to take a break from international duty, Brad Guzan finally has a chance to get an extended run of games and prove that he is worthy of the U.S.'s No. 1 goalkeeper spot.

Brad Guzan's immediate focus may be on Aston Villa's battle to survive in the Premier League, but 2015 also offers the goalkeeper a golden chance to establish himself as a starter on the United States national team.

When ESPN FC caught up with the 30-year-old stopper at Villa's Bodymoor Heath training base, he opened up on a host of topics that provided an insight into a figure who has slowly emerged from the shadows to become a key man for club and country.

ESPN FC: You have spent a chunk of your...

Jozy Altidore happy to be back at home for U.S. men's team camp

Taylor Twellman joins the ESPN FC crew to question whether or not Jozy Altidore can spring his career back to life with his recent move back to MLS with Toronto FC.

CARSON, Calif. - The jet lag appeared to weigh heavily on Jozy Altidore as he eased into a chair at StubHub Center. After all, it was just two days since he arrived in Southern California to join the U.S. national team for its annual January camp. A few days prior, he was still in England, ready to finalize his move to Toronto FC.

But looked at another way, Altidore had recently shed plenty -- though by no means all -- of his baggage. His nightmarish spell with Sunderland is over. He is now back...

Tesho Akindele gets a feel for life with Jurgen Klinsmann's U.S.

United States defensive midfielder Jermaine Jones weighs in on the new players in training camp.

CARSON, Calif. -- Back in November, it was reported that FC Dallas rookie sensation Tesho Akindele was to be called in to the U.S. national team ahead of that month's friendlies against Colombia and Ireland.

The call never came.

The reason was never fully explained at the time, but FIFA still had to confirm that the Canadian-born, Colorado-raised Akindele -- who had become an American citizen only weeks earlier -- was eligible to play for Jurgen Klinsmann's team.

Two months later, Akindele...

Jozy Altidore, Toronto FC to both benefit from Jermain Defoe swap

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth and Alexis Nunes weigh in on Jozy Altidore's return to MLS and how it could impact his game.

It came slightly later than expected, but as ESPNFC.com reported, Toronto FC officially announced Friday morning the signing of U.S. national team striker Jozy Altidore as part of a swap deal that sent former England forward Jermain Defoe to Premier League club Sunderland.

"Jozy is a special player, and checks off all of the boxes that we look for," TFC general manager Tim Bezbatchenko said in a statement. "We are excited to finalize this deal."

Lucky, too. A year after trumpeting the ballyhooed...

U.S. preparing for Olympic qualifiers and Gold Cup in January camp

ESPN FC's Adrian Melville and Alexis Nunes break down all the latest transfer rumours surrounding USMNT's Jozy Altidore, Mix Diskerud and more.

Camp cupcake this isn't.

For more than a decade, the national team's annual, MLS-heavy January camp has been dismissed as a junior varsity version of the real U.S. squad. But the domestic league's increasing profile as a destination of choice for the best American players has resulted in at least one interesting side effect: the inclusion of more regulars this time around.

On Friday, U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann named a 28-man squad that includes four players -- Matt Besler, Michael Bradley, Clint...

The cautionary connection between Michael Owen and Gedion Zelalem

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Craig Burley respond to Gedion Zelalem's recent U.S. citizenship, where Burley explains the 17-year-old is miles away from making the grade as a professional footballer.

News this week that Gedion Zelalem has gained U.S. citizenship set fans certainly got fans of the national team talking. For Graham Parker, it triggered a walk down memory lane to the late 1990s.

I was in a hotel bar during a conference in Chicago in early 1997, when a Liverpudlian academic attending the same event began to regale me about a young kid who was just coming through the Liverpool reserves and was going to be "just amazing. Amazing. His speed, Graham ... and the finishing ... this kid...